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Limor Evenhaim

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I'm Limor (pronounced lah-more), a graphic designer who loves all things creative.

For over a decade, my career has taken me on an exhilarating ride through various industries, design disciplines, and across three different countries. I thrive on new challenges, fresh experiences, and embracing different perspectives.

It all started in my hometown of Los Angeles, where I earned my BFA in Communication Arts from Otis College of Art & Design and interned in editorial design at Flaunt Magazine. After graduating in 2011, New York City beckoned, and I embarked on my professional career as a visual designer there.

In NYC, I had the privilege of working with renowned agencies like Saatchi & Saatchi, Laird+Partners, Badger & Winters, and GroupM. My design journey led me to many exciting projects, working with media companies like Getty Images and DIRECTV, as well as fashion and beauty brands including Ann Taylor LOFT, C. Wonder, StriVectin, and Lysse. I also got to leave my creative mark on FMCG brands like Bath & Body Works, Wild One, Courant, and W&P.

In 2019, after eight incredible years in NYC, I sparked a new adventure pursuing a Masters Degree in Graphic Communication Design at The Royal Danish Academy in Copenhagen. The two-year program pushed my creative boundaries and allowed me to explore even more territories in design.

Fast forward to today, and I find myself in the vibrant city of Amsterdam with my dog, Kuiper (pictured) — where I have continued to design in the worlds of tech and fashion. This dynamic environment keeps me on my toes, always seeking out the latest innovations and inspirational approaches to design. Passion drives every aspect of my work. I'm all about bringing ideas to life, crafting visually striking designs, and leaving a lasting impact.

I'm always happy to collaborate with like-minded individuals and organizations who share the same love for design and are ready to push the boundaries of creativity.